Long term Travelers to China to Interview at DC Consulate
As of September 15, 2014, if you are intending to travel and stay in China for over 180 days and you belong to the Washington, D.C. jurisdiction, you will need to appear in person to the China Consulate in D.C. for a visa interview.
The following visa applicants to these China visa types must interview:
1) Employment/Work: Type Z
2) Student visa staying more than 180 days: Type X1
3) Visiting family members staying more than 180 days: Type Q1
4) Visiting foreigners working/studying in China, staying more than 180 days: Type S1
The following states are part of the Washington, D.C. jurisdiction of the China consulate:
Washington, D.C., Delaware, Idaho, Kentucky, Maryland, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, Wyoming.
As of right now, residents of other jurisdictions do not need to interview, but we will update you as information unfolds.
However, if you have any questions about this new Chinese visa policy, feel free to contact us at 1-888-596-6028
or email us at CustomerSupport@passportvisasexpress.com
. Chat with our friendly representatives with our speedy chat program. The Chinese government has changed its policies numerous times over the past fifteen years, and we’ve kept abreast of them ever since.
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